• Noel's image No1 York Street Redevelopment, Dublin.

    66 apartments with communal garden,community
    facility, retail unit, waste management building,
    under ground car park and attenuation tank for.
    Dublin City Council

    The scheme has a precast and in-situ concrete
    structure with the external façade being precast
    acid etched or brick slip concrete panels.

    This project is the local authorities flag ship
    social housing scheme and the practice and the
    client engaged in a green and sustainable agenda
    for the design of the new scheme.


    Sean Harrington Architects
  • Extension to Mountpleasant Avenue Upper.

    Extension of 70m.sq to the ground floor of typical
    cavity wall construction with a green flat roof,
    18m.sq first floor of timber frame construction to
    this contemporary new design adding to the
    period house for a private client.

    A large bay window facing the mature garden
    ensures a natural light filled kitchen and dining area.
    The design took advantage of a well located in the
    rear garden which allowed integration within the
    extension of a well-lit courtyard.

    The extension was featured in the homes &
    property section of the Irish TImes in 2013.

    Mesh Architects
  • Sillogue social housing, Ballymun.

    30 social housing unit as part of the
    regeneration of Ballymun for local authority BRL.

    The scheme consist of traditional cavity wall
    construction finished with brick or render. Some
    of the units incorporated passive stack design
    and the chimneys have a distinct curved design.
    This means that a natural ventilation could take
    place without the need mechanical extraction.

    The housing units were detailed to have a
    contemporary bin store some of which are
    uniquely designed into the entrance canopy.

    Sean Harrington Architects
  • Waterloo Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin.

    1850s, Georgian terrace house that is a protected
    structure. The dwelling has a basement level over
    upper ground, first and second floors. The project
    consists of restoration to key historical internal
    features,renovation and new internal layout to all
    levels within the dwelling.

    A new rear basement extension of 32m.sq and a
    8m.sq extension at upper ground entrance level to
    an existing pitched roof return completes this
    sensitive approach to the project.

    Allowing a return of this stunning period house
    back into single family living from multi occupancy

    Mesh Architects

About Me

I am a Dublin based Architectural Technologist with 15 years post graduate experience. This is my personal website of my professional experience while working in private practices since graduating in 2000 from Waterford Institute of Technology.  As a senior Technologist I possess an extensive knowledge of a multitude of building construction techniques and my experience in new-build design offices have seen my involvement in project stages from design, planning, tender and construction on site.

My skills offer an excellent and expanding knowledge in a wide range of building materials. My aptitude is for drawing and detailing, in both traditional and contemporary Architectural styles. I also have experience in contract administration, NBS specification writing, 3d modelling and presentation production. I have experience in the implementation of the new Building Control Regulations 2014, Building Control Management System (BCMS) for the Assigned Certifier role.

I have worked for Award winning Architectural practices on a number of award winning schemes since my graduation and currently work at Mesh Architects, Grade I Conservation Architects in Dublin.